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tri

split {url[no url encoding] ${1=a} %s} {url[no url encoding] splith {url[no url encoding] ${2=gim} %s} {url[no url encoding] ${3=flint} %s}}
SYNOPSIS
        tri[keywords] -1 LEFTURL -2 RIGHTURL1 -3 RIGHTURL2

EXAMPLE
        tri Bellucci
        results: a tri-frame with the URLs set to the default: Answers.com, Google Image Search, and Flickr Interesting.

        tri Bellucci -1 flint -2 gim -3 yim
        results: a tri-frame with the left frame in Flickr Interesting, the top right frame to Google Image Search, and the bottom right frame to Yahoo Image Search. 
        
DESCRIPTION

         It splits the window in three frames, like this [ |--]. The switches are optional and will default, respectively, to Answers.com, Google Image Search, and Flickr Interesting.

RELATED COMMANDS
         two

AUTHOR
         Eliazar
         elzr.com
        
    
167 uses - Created 2006-01-27 12:41:17 - Last used 2019-08-28 05:36:02
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